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pȳgĭsĭăcus , a, um, adj. πυγησιακός (not in use), from πυγή, qs.
I.of or belonging to secret buttock-worship: “puellam invitare ad pygisiaca sacra,” i. e. to copulation, Petr. S. 140 (al. pygiaca, pygiciaca, in the same signif.).
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    • Petronius, Satyricon, 140
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